We just finished an amazing mastermind discussion on the book W1NNING, by Tim Grover. Grover was the personal coach for Michael Jordon, Kobe Bryant, and other notables -- not just in sports but in life.
Grover shares 13 principles for Winning based on the stories of MJ, Kobe, his own journey and many others. But before you dive into the book try this little exercise.
Grover suggests early-on answering this one question.
Seriously. What does winning mean? You won't be able to fully value this book (or any discussions) until you do. Take time to answer that question -- consider it a prerequisite. But, there's one caveat.
That's right - just one word.
It makes it a little harder, doesn't it? But go ahead, give it a try.
Sure the dictionary will tell you winning is "gaining, resulting in, or relating to victory in a...
The art of winning is something almost everyone of us would love to know and understand. It doesn't matter your gender, your age, your culture, or your position. We all want to know what it takes to win. Surprisingly the game of football can reveal some of these secrets, but you don't have to be a fan of football to benefit from the knowledge.
In this blog, I share with you 5 takeaways on the Art of Winning. These are 5 Principles, while borrowed from a story related to the game of football, are precepts any one of us can learn to apply in our life going forward. They are difference makers for teams, businesses, organizations, schools, and more.
The 5 Principles come from my takeaways from a documentary about a forgotten era when the NFL faced a real challenge. The documentary is an ESPN 30 for 30 film on the 1987 NFL Replacement Players. It chronicles the NFL strike ridden season, that challenged the league, fans,...